Japan Formula One Paddock Club™

Race Dates:

Friday 6th October- Practice

Saturday 7th October- Qualifying

Sunday 8th October- Race

Other Information:

Location: Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan

Race start time: 14:00

Lap record: 1:31.540 (K Raikkonen 2005)

Number of laps: 53

Circuit Length: 5.807 KM

In our opinion, the F1 Paddock Club in Suzuka offers the finest sporting hospitality in the world, with opportunities to see drivers and walk the pits throughout the weekend. But don’t take it from us, come and enjoy it for yourself! As a circuit prone to changeable weather, it is great to know that the weather wont hamper a fantastic F1 weekend – from within the comfort of the luxurious Paddock Club complex above the pits.

FOR CURRENT AVAILABILITY & TO ORDER YOUR JAPAN PADDOCK CLUB TICKETS, PLEASE CONTACT EDGE GLOBAL

The Suzuka Paddock Club Hospitality is quite simply divine, offering the highest quality but with a local twist. Viewing is unsurpassed, pit walks are available all weekend and circuit access is amongst the best on the Formula 1 calendar. The views from your luxury suite above the team garages are unsurpassed, with views of both the first and last corners are in full view. Benefits include:

  • Prime viewing position located above the pit lane garages
  • Gourmet lunch with vintage wines
  • All day open bar with Premium Champagne
  • Pit lane walks on all booked days
  • Access to the Support Race Paddock
  • Complimentary copy of the Official programme together with earplugs

Cost:

From US$4,700 per person for Saturday & Sunday. Friday available at additional cost.

We also offer a range of great 4 and 5 star local hotels in the surrounding towns and villages. Please contact us for further information and permit us to tailor a great Japan grand prix weekend for you.

For more information bout our Suzuka F1 Paddock Club packages or to order any Japanese F1 tickets, please contact EDGE Global

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